Rumors of Tottenham’s latest move: Bale’s hopes have increased, Coutinho’s move has collapsed, Willian’s push

The future of the rest of the 2019/20 Premier League campaign remains in limbo following the outbreak of the coronavirus.

The Premier League, along with the EFL, announced last week that all games had been suspended until the first weekend of April in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.

But with the increase in the number of confirmed cases of viruses in the UK, the season is highly unlikely to resume on April 4th.

The Premier League will meet Thursday to discuss all possible outcomes that may need to be rolled out in the coming weeks and months.

Although this period of uncertainty is not good for anyone, it could prove to be a blessing disguised by Tottenham Hotspur and manager Jose Mourinho as they try to reunite after a sad shape. A massive summer is ahead of the Portuguese boss as he tries to put his stamp on the team inherited from the former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.

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With that in mind, here is a summary of the latest Tottenham relocation news of the day.

Coutinho agreed with Spurs

Sports diary revealed that Barcelona midfielder star Philippe Coutinho had agreed to join Tottenham last summer only because of the collapse of the negotiations between the two clubs.

Since joining the Liga giants from Liverpool in January 2018 for a commission of over £ 100 million, his time in Spain has not lived up to expectations.

And with Barcelona willing to let him go last summer, Spurs registered their interest in signing the Brazilian.

In the end, the former Inter midfielder joined Bayern Munich with a loan that lasted the whole season.

Spurs offered hope to Bale

Tottenham’s chances of reviving Welsh magician Gareth Bale one day have been increased with news that Real Madrid is willing to let him go this summer, according to a Sport report.

Bale grew up under heavy pressure from Madrid fans for some time after revealing that he wanted to leave the club over a year ago.

His performance levels have seriously declined and manager Zinedine Zidane is eager to unload him, as he would open up huge amounts of leeway for further purchases due to his so high weekly wages.

The bale is under contract at the Bernabeu until the summer of 2022.

Last Willian

Barcelona are ready to refuse the opportunity to sign Chelsea’s Willian off-contract winger on a free transfer this summer, which means that Tottenham’s hopes of landing the Brazilian have been increased.

The Express is reporting that the La Liga club is unwilling to continue in a move for the 31-year-old as they keep an eye on another South American star.

This news has increased the chances of Tottenham and all other clubs to land the wing, which shows no sign of having signed a new deal at Stamford Bridge.

The French club PSG and Juventus are part of a series of clubs that evaluate a move for the Brazilian national team.


Manchester United’s great Nemanja Vidic has said that Liverpool FC’s Virgil van Dijk is better than he is

French World Cup winner Frank Leboeuf stressed why Virgil van Dijk is “more complete” than Nemanja Vidic.

The Liverpool defender has been instrumental in the rise of his team to the top of club football.

After helping his team win the Champions League last season, the Dutchman was a key figure in Liverpool’s impressive Premier League campaign, with Jurgen Klopp’s team currently 25 points ahead and two wins away from ‘to be crowded champions.

As a result of his impressive form over the past two seasons, fans have quickly compared Van Dijk to the former Manchester United man.

During his nine years at Old Trafford, Vidic has won five Premier League titles, three cups and a Champions League.

But despite his trophy-laden spell in England, Leboeuf believes that Van Dijk has an advantage as he is a better leader and also has a better range of passes.

“I’d like to go for Van Dijk,” he said ESPN FC. “I think it is more complete.

“I loved Vidic because I think he was a dog and a fantastic defender. But Van Dijk can lead the team and has a range.

“I don’t think Vidic was able to do that. Vidic’s hat, though.”


Alternative Premier League table which has Manchester United qualifiers for the Champions League over Chelsea

Premier League football may have stopped due to the coronavirus epidemic, but football fans have been given an indication of how the season may end.

Even before a ball was pulled back in August, BT Sport created “The script of the season” to predict how the 2019/20 campaign would end.

It included who would win the Premier League, who would secure the Champions League and the Europa League and who would be relegated to the league.

It is worth noting that the script does not take into account human errors, suspensions or injuries, while the coronavirus epidemic was certainly not taken into account.

As a result of the suspension of professional football until the beginning of April, Mirror opted to simulate the rest of the campaign using the Google Cloud, Opta and Squawka data used in the initial script.

And while fans of Liverpool, Leicester and Manchester United will be happy with the result, supporters of Chelsea, Sheffield United and Aston Villa will hope for the better once the action gets serious again.

The race for the title

As expected, and given that they already have a 25 point lead at the top, Liverpool end their 30 year wait for a championship title and become crowned Premier League champion.

According to the document, Manchester City collect all three points in their game against Arsenal, which means that the Merseysiders still need six points from the next two matches to take the title.

And even though Jurgen Klopp’s side are held 1-1 by Everton in the Merseyside Derby and the city hammer Burnley 5-0, the Reds beat Crystal Palace 4-0 before drawing 1-1 with Chelsea to win the title.

But Liverpool clearly spent too much time celebrating their result, as City beat them 4-1 in the next game, but Klopp’s team quickly recovered to beat Aston Villa 4-0 and Brighton 1. -0.

Liverpool then drew 1-1 with Burnley before losing 3-1 to Arsenal, and ended their campaign with a 2-1 win over Chelsea and another Newcastle win in their last game of the season.

As a result, Jurgen Klopp’s team ended the season with 99 points, while City closed with 16 points behind 83.

The points of the Champions League

With Liverpool and Man City both finishing first and second respectively, there are two more European places to be won.

Leicester City takes third place and Chelsea and Manchester United fight for the final place.

And it is United that comes out on top, to overcome a significant turnaround under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The Reds finish the campaign with 61 points, sealing the Champions League football with one point ahead of Frank Lampard’s team.

Elsewhere, Arsenal finished in sixth place, one place and one point ahead of Tottenham’s rival arches, while Wolves and Burnley followed the final rankings.

Sheffield United took a dip in form and finished tenth, while Everton ended the season in the upper half of the bottom half.

The places of relegation

After all, it’s bad news for Norwich that ends up on the bottom of the rock and eight safety points.

Aston Villa also returned to the league, as did Brighton, with Bournemouth, West Ham and Watford surviving from the skin of their teeth.


Tammy Abraham summarizes what Chelsea fans think about the postponement of the Premier League

Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham switched to social media to summarize how his club base feels.

The Blues are expected to prepare for their huge Champions League draw with Bayern Munich this week, but Frank Lampard’s team are unlikely to kick a ball until April.

This is because the Premier League and Football League have suspended matches for at least three weeks.

England bosses made the decision following the outbreak of the coronavirus, which hit the Premier League on Thursday after it was confirmed that Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta and Chelsea Callum Hudson-Odoi had contracted the virus .

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In the early hours of Friday morning it was confirmed that the wing had tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus and, consequently, Lampard, the club’s technical staff and the senior team had isolated themselves.

“Chelsea men’s team player Callum Hudson-Odoi scored positively for the Coronavirus test tonight,” the club said in a statement.

“Chelsea staff who have had close contact with the player in the men’s team building recently will now self-insulate in line with government health guidelines.

“These will initially include the entire men’s team team, technical staff and a number of behind-the-scenes staff.

“Those who have not had close contacts with Callum are expected to return to work in the coming days.”

Then, only a couple of hours later, the Premier League confirmed that it had suspended all matches until early April, while UEFA followed suit in terms of the Champions League in the afternoon.

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Chelsea during the break

As a result, the Blues were out of play this weekend and now Tammy Abraham has switched to social media to summarize how football fans are feeling right now.

Subtitling a video of two young people getting bored, the attacker wrote: “I just now”.

The Blues are expected to return to action on Sunday 5 April against West Ham at the London stadium.

But with the government’s warning that the worst of the virus is yet to come, it may take time for football to return.

Premier League clubs will meet on Thursday to decide what steps to take.


The former Manchester United star makes predictions about Scott McTominay

Owen Hargreaves believes that Scott McTominay will be a big part of Manchester United’s future.

The Scottish star has established himself as a regular for the Reds since he was handed over to his debut by Jose Mourinho in 2017.

McTominay, who lost two months this season to a knee injury, scored the second decisive goal in a 2-0 win against Man City opponents over the weekend.

That victory over Pep Guardiola’s team had kept United close to the top four, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team only three points behind Chelsea in fourth place.

And Hargreaves believes the 23-year-old gives everything to the Old Trafford club every time he goes out on the pitch.

“He embodies everything that a United player is,” the former Reds midfielder told BT Sport before the United game with the Austrian LASK team in the Europa League

“Obviously Fernandes is the talent. But that’s what you need. Someone who plays with that heart. Every time he gets on the field he gives you everything he has.

“I remember that performance against PSG last season when he came of age. It’s in the center of Manchester United’s midfield and it gives you everything.

“He is a good passerby of the ball, physically he is very good and he is attacking with goals, so his game all around is really improving.

“And now with Bruno Fernandes in there in 10, he can play in his natural position which is almost an eight.

“It will be a big part of their future. Outstanding player. “


‘I shouldn’t say it’ – Atletico star Joao Felix makes Anfield claim after Liverpool draw

Atletico Madrid star Joao Felix opened up about how the atmosphere inside Anfield left him stunned by Liverpool supporters.

Although they failed to reach the goals of Gini Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino, Felix’s team returned to the final stages of the first period in extra time to equalize the evening and move forward overall.

Before Alvaro Morata ran free in the final stages to deliver Diego Simeone’s men a memorable 4-2 overall victory.

But despite all the post-game celebrations of his team, the moment that seems destined to live long in the young man’s memory is the noise that followed the first opening time of Wijnaldum.

“It was incredible,” he told Spanish publication AS.

“I shouldn’t say it, but when they scored, see the stadium and their way of celebrating …

“I had seen it on television, but to see it live and find myself in this fantastic atmosphere…. Almost nobody wins here and we are so happy. “

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While the former Benfica star also revealed that he and the Reds chief Jurgen Klopp enjoyed a hug after the full-time whistle.

“When we crossed paths I thanked him and he gave me a big hug,” added Felix at the time and Klopp after the game.


Michael Owen claims Liverpool despite his Champions League defeat against Atletico Madrid

Former Liverpool star Michael Owen made a strong claim on his old team despite being expelled from the Champions League by Atletico Madrid.

The Reds have entered the last 16 1-0 clashes since the first leg, with Saul Niguez on the net.

Liverpool leveled the tie on the total before the break on Merseyside when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s cross allowed Gini Wijnaldum to return home.

Jurgen Klopp’s men dominated the second half, but had to wait extra time to take the lead when Roberto Firmino found the bottom of the net.

But Atletico gained the lead immediately after when Marcos Llorente scored from outside the area following a poor authorization from Adrian.

Llorente then added another sublime strike to make it 2-2 in the game and 3-2 to the Spanish team in total.

Alvaro Morata added the final nail in the coffin with a late ending to make it 3-2 at Atletico the night and 4-2 on the aggregate.

But despite this dramatic defeat, Owen still claims that Liverpool are the best team in Europe.

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Liverpool vs Atletico day

Owen told BT Sport after the contest: “There is no doubt that every single great team in Europe has just breathed a sigh of relief, Liverpool are out, and I have no doubt that they are the best team in Europe. at the moment.

“Yes, they were beaten on two legs but they are still the best team in Europe and have been absolutely exceptional for 90 minutes.

“Like Rio [Ferdinand] he said, the difference between the two sides was the goalkeepers. “


Floyd Mayweather’s Newcastle United argues, Barcelona decision: Liverpool’s rivals rounded

Liverpool are on the eve of the biggest challenge of the season so far, as the defense of their Champions League crown hangs in the balance.

After a 1-0 defeat in the first leg two weeks ago, the Reds welcome Atletico Madrid to Anfield knowing they need a win to maintain their continental campaign.

Across Europe, the situation is similar for a number of clubs when they enter business at the end of the season and there is still much to be decided in the coming months.

Here, we’ve gathered some of the latest news from Liverpool’s rivals at home in the Premier League and across Europe.

Newcastle United’s claim to Mayweather

Boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather has teased that he would be interested in buying Newcastle United, in quotes quoted from Chronicle Live.

Premier League fans are desperate for an acquisition and Mayweather has hinted that he would be interested in buying the club.

“In the United States we call it football, but the Newcastle football team is an incredible team. If people want me to buy the Newcastle team, let me know.”

Many links were mentioned last year regarding a Newcastle acquisition, but the talk has dropped in the past few weeks.

Barcelona vs Naples decision

The Champions League clash between Barcelona and Naples is the last game to suffer hardships following the spread of the coronavirus in Europe.

On Tuesday, the giants of the La Liga announced that the game would take place behind closed doors, stating: “The Champions League match scheduled for Wednesday 18 March, between FC Barcelona and Napoli, will be played at the Camp Nou behind closed doors”.

A number of return ties have been broken in the next two weeks, with Valencia vs Atalanta also playing behind closed doors today.

Tomorrow’s clash between Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund is also affected, with matches that are likely to be hit next week.

Safe agreement of Manchester United

Manchester United has secured midfielder Tahith Chong a new contract until 2022 with the option of another year, the club announced on Monday.

The Dutch U21 national team should have seen his current deal expire at the end of the season and speculation of interest from all over Europe was heating up.

However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team moved to secure the player’s future to make sure they didn’t lose his services in a free transfer, which they could live to regret.

Chong has made 14 appearances for the first team since joining the United academy in 2016, including four appearances in the Europa League this season.


Coronavirus and Champions League: influence of Tottenham, Chelsea and other matches

The spread of coronavirus in Europe has led to widespread disruptions and calcium has been heavily affected as a result.

In the UK, the largest one-day increase in confirmed cases was witnessed on Sunday and the third death from the virus also occurred, ahead of Monday’s COBRA government meeting.

Discussions will be held that the government is moving to the next phase of its plan, the delayed phase, which could lead to the implementation of social exclusion measures – which may include the closure of schools, people who are asked to work from meetings are banned from home and from the crowd.

In Europe, similar actions have also been taken, with France banning meetings of over 1,000 people and Italy quarantining the northern part of the country, as they currently fight the largest number of cases outside of China.

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As a result, the sport has suffered a strong impact, with Italy ordering Serie A matches to be played behind closed doors until at least April 3, and Champions League matches have also been hit, with UEFA canceling the pre-game handshakes before the games.

Here is the progress of each return tie in the Champions League 16 group.

RB Leipzig vs Tottenham (10/03)

The second leg of Tottenham’s Champions League draw against RB Leipzig in Germany will continue as planned, confirmed a spokesman for Mayor Burkhard Jung’s office.

It was feared that the draw could be influenced by the spread of the coronavirus, but the game will continue with the spectators present.

Valencia vs Atalanta (10/03)

Valencia will try to reverse the deficit 4-1 from the first leg when they return to Mestalla on Tuesday, but no fans will be present.

The Spanish health ministry says it wants to avoid “large fan gatherings” and follows the orders of the Italian government for matches in the country which will be held behind closed doors until April 3.

Liverpool vs Atletico Madrid (11/03)

Liverpool’s hosting of Atletico Madrid in Anfield is not yet subject to additional restrictions.

However, UEFA told Liverpool Echo last week that the situation is being taken “very seriously” and that contact exists between the European governing body and the World Health Organization.

Paris Saint-Germain vs Borussia Dortmund (11/03)

Paris police forced to announce Monday that the hosting of Paris Saint-Germain of Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday would take place behind closed doors.

Possible action on the Champions League draw was discussed over the weekend and the announcement means that PSG will try to reverse a 2-1 deficit in an empty stadium.

Jadon Sancho during Dortmund’s victory over PSG

Manchester City vs Real Madrid (17/03)

Manchester City’s hosting of Real Madrid at Etihad Stadium has not yet been further affected by the coronavirus, with only the usual restrictions on pre-game handshakes.

However, Monday’s COBRA meeting may change the situation ahead of next week’s outing.

Juventus vs Lyon (17/03)

The Malta Football Association said Sunday it had rejected a Juventus request for the return game against Lyon in its home country.

“Informal contact has been established … but in any case, the hypothesis of Italian fans arriving in Malta is impossible and the directives of the Maltese health authorities must be respected”.

No official decision has yet been confirmed on fans participating in the game, but it is very likely that the game will be subject to the same restrictions as Serie A.

Barcelona vs Naples (18/03)

Barcelona will play the return leg of their Champions League draw with Napoli behind closed doors, the Liga giants confirmed Tuesday.

“The Champions League match scheduled for Wednesday 18 March between FC Barcelona and Napoli will be played behind closed doors at Camp Nou.”

Bayern Munich vs Chelsea (18/03)

Bayern Munich expert Christian Falk said that the Bavarian team hosting Chelsea next week will also likely be playing behind closed doors.

“The @FCBayern game against @ChelseaFC should be fanless,” tweeted the Sport Bild reporter on Monday evening.

However, no official decision has yet been announced.


The former Liverpool star ranks first among the Reds of the past decade

Danny Murphy believes Mohamed Salah to be a “single player” after celebrating his 100th game for the Anfield club with a goal against Bournemouth.

The goal, which marked his team against the cherries on Saturday afternoon, was the seventieth of his career in Liverpool, with him becoming the first Reds star by Michael Owen in 2002-03 to reach 20 goals in all competitions for three successive seasons.

While Salah’s effort, which was followed by a strike by Sadio Mane to deliver his team a 2-1 victory over Eddie Howe’s team, also surpassed him by Luis Suarez’s count to make him Liverpool’s top scorer in Premier League.

And Murphy believes the 27-year-old has had a greater impact on the Anfield club than the likes of Suarez and Fernando Torres.

“Mo Salah is a unique player,” former midfielder Reds told talkSPORT on Monday morning.

“Scoring so many goals so quickly from that wide position is sensational.

“Confronting him with the attackers is difficult because he doesn’t play centrally, but getting what he has so quickly from a broad role is a better result than one of Liverpool’s strikers has achieved.

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“It has probably been an excellent buy for Liverpool like anyone in the past decade.

“I know that Luis Suarez was sensational, but Salah’s consistency and his duration, he rarely misses the matches.

“And he is so modest, he does his business so under the radar. It is not a flash, it does not have silly and provocative parties, it continues to knock on the door.”

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Before adding: “Love for Mo Salah is there – I just think it has gone down a little bit due to Mane’s brilliance this season, and also to Firmino.

“But in the end when, or if, Mo Salah leaves Liverpool, he will be remembered not only because he is a wonderful scorer, but because he was part of this team that won the Premier League after 30 years and won the Champions League.

“That’s why he will be remembered. All goals only count if something comes up in the end.”